The central role of the anti-fascism campaign has always been to fight racism and fascism; the rise of the National Front in the 1970âs saw campaigners grab their banners, clear their throats and take to the streets in protest. This was an overt approach to an overt threat.
But the situation has changed since thenâ¦. a more tolerant Britain has meant racist views are now kept behind closed doorsâ¦. so how can anti-fascism charities fight racism when they cannot even see it?
Robert Powell examines the modernisation of the anti-fascism group in âblack and white unite and fight: the changing face of anti-fascismâ.